Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 14, 1994 · 18
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INSIDE FOOTBALL Friday, October 14, 1994 like little less fafc week in a victory at Kansas. This season, six of Wiren's 10 solo tackles have been in the opposing backfield. Wiren teams with starting defensive end Dirk Ochs and defensive tackles Tim Colston : and Darrell Harbert to form the front wall of the Wildcat defense. "We've made the climb to this point, and we have a big step in front of us," said Wiren, a former fullback from Wichita (Kan.) Northwest "But you get to this point, and you play the game. It doesnt take talk. It doesnt take an explanation." The Wildcats have explained themselves well on the field. K-State's defense held Kansas, the No. 2 and are ranked high nationally in those defensive categories. The Wildcats are fifth in the country in turnover margin, sixth in the country in total defense (240 yards allowed per game) and eighth in pass efficiency defense. And for Nebraska? . , A , "We just play our regular defense. Play hard," Wiren said. "We just played a big game against Kansas. They were the No. 2 rushing team, and now we have to get ready for the No. 1 rushing team." Wiren said he wants to improve on last . year's performance against Nebraska, a 45-28 Cornhusker victory. "Last year, with all those fans in their stadium, wearing red, making a lot of noise, I was kind of intimidated," Wiren said. "And we didnt play very good defense. I remember losing and we all remember how it felt be-" cause our offense played well enough to win. "We're figuring itU be different here in, Manhattan. The crowd will be on our side. It may not intimidate Nebraska, but itil be a change for them and feel good to us." And as for facing the Nebraska offense? --l "They're good," Wiren said. "(Lawrence) Phillips is a great running back. Their line is one of the best in the country. "Well try to stop them. TheyTl try to beat-us. It's a game. That's why we play whoever it is." . BY KEN HAMBLETON Lincoln Journal-Star ' HuskerFoe There really isnt much to say about the Kansas State defensive line. "None of us talk all that much," said KSU sophomore defensive end Nyle Wiren. "We're really up for this game." Wiren explained his monotone enthusiasm about Kansas State's' facing second-ranked Nebraska at 11:08 a.m. Saturday in KSU Stadium in a nationally televised (ABC, Channel 7) Big Eight game. "We're action and not much talk," said Wiren, who proved the point by posting four tackles for losses and a quarterback sack last rushing team in the country before the game, to 70 yards rushing. The Jayhawks were on the field for three plays and a punt so often that by the end of the game, Kansas State had almost twice as many offensive plays and twice as much time of possession in a 21-13 victory. ; . ' Kansas State's defense has been steady throughout the season. The Wildcats lead the Big Eight and are third nationally in scoring defense, allowing 9.3 points a game. They also lead the conference in three other categories Papa 18 Lincoln Journal-Star Defeeders Nebraska Travel Roster No Name Pos Ht Wl Yr 1 Lawrence Phffips IB 6-0 200 So. 2 Leslie Dennis C8 5-8 165 Fr. 3 Riley Washington SE 5-9 170 So. 4 Troy Dumas LB 6-4 220 Sr. 5 Brendan Holbein SE 5-9 180 So. "5 Octavtous McFartin ROV 6-0 180 Fr. 6 Darin Erstad KP 6-2 195 So. 7 ReggieBaul SE 5-8 170 Jr. ' 8 Tyrone Williams CB 6-0 185 Jr. I 9 TonyVelahd FS 6-2 200 Jr. 11 MattTurman OB 5-11 165 So. 12TomSieler K 6-5 205 Sr. !14 Barron Mies CB 5-8 165 Sr. 16 EricStokes CB 5-11 175 So. !18 Brook Berringer OB 6-4 210 Jr. 20 Michael Booker CB 6-2 200 So. 21 Damon Banning IB 5-11 205 So. i22 JehMakovieka IB 5-10 210 Jr. 23 Larry Arnold LB 6-4 220 So. 25 JonVedral WB 5-9 160 Sr. 26 Clinton Childs . IB 6-0 215 Jr. 27 Abdul Muhammad WB 5-9 160 Sr. 28 Bnan Schuster FB 5-11 210 So. 28 Jamel Williams LB 6-2 195 So. 29KareemMoss ROV 5-10 190 Sr. 32 EdStewart LB 6-1 215 Sr. 33 Ctester Johnson WBQB 5-11 210 Jr. 37 Darren Schmadeke CB 5-8 180 Jr 40 Cory Schlesinger FB 64 230 Sr. 41 Phil Ellis LB 6-2 225 Jr. 44 Jon Hesse LB 6-4 225 So. 45 Clint Brown LB 6-1 215 Sr. 46 DougCoiman LB 6-3 240 Jr. 51 Bill Humphrey C 6-2 265 Sr. 54 Aaron Graham C 6-3 280 Jr. 55 Christian Peter DT 6-2 285 Jr. 56 RobZatechka OT 6-5 315 Sr. 57 Jason Pestertield DT 6-3 260 Sr. 61 Brady Caskey OT 64 290 Sr. 65 Bryan Pruitt OG 6-1 255 Jr. 66 BrendenStal v OG 64 300 Sr. 67 Aaron Taylor OG 6-1 290 Fr, 69 Steve Ott , OG 6-4 275 Jr. 70 Eric Anderson OT 64 295 Fr. 72 ZachWiegert OT 6-5 300 Sr. 74 Scott Saltsman DT 6-2 255 So. 75 ChrisDishman OT 6-3 305 So. 76 JoelWilks OG 6-3 280 Sr. 84 Donta Jones OLB 6-2 220 Sr. 85 Matt Shaw TE 6-3 235 Sr. 86 Dwayne Harris OLB 6-2 225 Sr. 87 MarkGilman TE 6-3 240 Jr. 88 EhcAlford TE 6-2 225 Sr. 91 Ryan TerwiHiger LB 6-5 220 So. 92 Jerri Higman OLB 6-1 230 Sr. 93 Jared Torch OLB 6-2 250 So. 94 Larry Townsend DT 64 285 So. 95 Jason Peter DT 64 275 Fr. 98 Grant Wistrom OLB 6-5 230 Fr. 99 Terry Corwealy : DT 6-5 275 Sr. Miller adds some weight and plenty of perspective BY STEVE SIPPLE Lincoln Journal-Star NEBRASKA (6-0, 1-0) ; No. Player Ht . 7' - Reggie Baul 5-8 "56- RobZatechka 6-5 176 JoelWilks 6-3 54 Aaron Graham 6-3 . 66 Brenden Stai 6-4 72. ZachWiegert 6-5 "85 'Matt Shaw 6-3 -14 MattTurman 5-11 40- Cory Schlesinger 6-0 1 Lawrence Phillips 6-0 27" Abdul Muhammad 5-9 6 Darin Erstad . 6-2 86 Dwayne Harris 6-2 55 Christian Peter 6-2 99 Terry Connealy 6-5 84 Donta Jones 6-2 4 Troy Dumas 6-4 46 DougCoiman 6-3 32 Ed Stewart 6-1 14 Barron Miles 5-8 29 KareemMoss 5-10 9 TonyVeland 6-2 8 Tyrone Williams 6-0 6 Darin Erstad 6-2 Probable Starters OFFENSE Wt. 170 315 280 280 300 300 235 165 230 200 160 195 225 285 275 220 220 240 215 165 190 200 185 195 KANSAS STATE (4-0. Yr. Pos. No. Player Jr. SE 83 Kevin Lockett Sr. LT 73 Barrett Brooks Sr. LG 79 Ross Greenwood Jr. C 64 Jason Johnson Sr. RG 63 Chris Oltmanns Sr. RT 70 Jim Hmielewski Sr. TE 80 Brian Lojka So. OB 5 Chad May Sr. FB 36 Dederick Kelly So. IBRB 22 J.J. Smith Sr. WBWR 89 Mitch Running So. K 39 Martin Gramatica Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. DEFENSE LOLBDE DT DT ROLBDE . SAMLB MIKELB WILULB LCBCB ROVSS FS RCBCB P 44 92 93 94 54 . 45 9 17 28 21 1 38 Nyle Wiren Tim Colston Darrell Harbert Dirk Ochs Laird Veatch KirbyHocutt Percell Gaskins Chris Canty Steve Hanks Chuck Marlowe Joe Gordon Chad Romano 1-0) Ht 6-0 6-5 6-3 6-2 6-6 6-7 6-6 6-2 5-11 6-0 6-0 5-9 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-3 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-0 6-1 5- 9 6- 1 Wt Yr. 175 SO. 295 Sr. 300 So. 270 So. 305 So. 310 Sr. 260 Jr. 220 Sr. 220 Jr. 205 Sr. 185 Jr. 160 Fr. 240 So. 275 Jr. 280 Sr. 245 Jr. 230 Sr. 215 Sr. 215 190 200 185 Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. 175 So. 195 So. Kfckoff: 11:08 a.m. Saturday, KSU Stadium, Manhattan, Kan. TV: ABC (Channel 7). Radio: KFAB (1110 AM). KUN (1400 AM). Kansas State Roster No Nam 1 Joe Gordon 2 Jimmy Dean 3 Ron Brown 4 Mario Smith 5 Chad May 6 Matt Miller 6 Shannon Atkins 7 Tyson Schwieget 8 Clyde Bouler -9 Percel Gaskins 10 PeteJetovic 12 Brian Kavanagh 13 J.W.Wight 14 Todd Miner '15 Scott Collins 16 Eric Hardy 16 Craig Mancin 17 Chris Canty 18 Gordon Brown 19 WillSkeans 20 Leon Edwards 21 Chuck Marlowe 22 J.J. Smith 23 Mike Lawrence 24 Eric Hickson 25 Andre Anderson 26 Todd Hiasney 27 Keith Porter 28 Steve Hanks Pot Ht Wt Yr 29 MikeEketer . LB 5-10 200 Sr. CB 5-9 175 So. 30 Rod Schiller RB 6-0 215 Sr. WR 5-10 190 Jr. 31 RobRaney RB 5-11 200 So. WR 5-7 160 Sr. 32 Marion Charles DB 5-10 180 Fr. SS 6-0 185 So. 33 David Conley DB 6-3 195 Fr. QB 6-2 220 Sr. 34 MattMcEwen DE 6-2 230 Jr. QB 6-1 205 Jr. 35 Ivan Griffin RB 5-10 200 Jr. K 5-11 ' 195 Sr. 36 DederickKeKy FB 5-11 220 Jr. WR 5-10 175 Jr. 37 Troy Hackney WR 6-2 200 Fr. CB 5-10 175 Jr. 38 Chad Romano P 6-1 195 So. LB 6-1 215 Jr. 39 Martin Gramatica K 5-9 160 Fr. OB 64 210 Fr. 40 ClydeJohnson SS 5-10 195 So. OB 6-3 215 So. 41 Monty Spiller FS 6-0 175 Fr. OB 6-2 185 Fr. 42 Derek King DB 5-10 190 Fr. QB 6-2 195 Fr. 43 DeShawnFogle LB 6-2 235 So. ' K 5-8 180 Fr. 44 Nyle Wiren DE 6-1 240 So. P 5-10 185 Sr. -45 KirbyHocutt LB 5-10 215 Sr. OB 6-3 225 Jr. 47 Darren Holmes LB 6-0 225 So. CB 5-10 190 Fr. 48 Bobby Latiolas TE 6-5 265 So. CB 5-9 170 Jr. 49 Chris Sublette - FS 6-0 180 Sr. SS 6-0 215 So. 49 Wade Hanson WR 5-11 175 Fr. RB 5-6 165 Sr. 50 Travis Ochs LB 6-3 215 Fr. FS 6-1 185 Jr. 51 Casey Wehrman LB 6-1 200 Fr. RB 6-0 205 Sr. 54 Laird Veatch LB 6-3 230 Sr. RB 5-10 185 Fr. 56 DartForst LB 6-2 230 Sr. RB 5-10 185 Fr. 58 ToddWeiner OT 6-5 235 Fr. WR 5-10 185 Fr. 59 Jett Greene OT 6-1 285 Jr. SE 6-0 180 Jr. 60 MikeMunson OG 6-3 270 Fr. CB 6-1 190 Jr. . 61 BlakeFrigon C 5-11 240 So. SS 6-0 200 Jr. 62 David Squires C 6-3 280 Jr. 63 Chris Oltmanns 64 Jason Johnson 65 David Mclntyre 67 Matt Hemphill 68 Brian O'Neill 70 Jim Hmielewski 71 Scott Heun 73 Barrett Brooks 74 KendytJacox 75 Toosivili Ulutu 76 Ryan Young 77 John Martin 78 Jeremy Martin 78 Brock Stefan 79 Ross Greenwood 80 Brian Lojka 82 Jarrett Grosdidier 83 Kevin Lockett 84 Brian Jackson 85 Tony Roberts 86 Justin Swift 87 Curt Turner 89 Mitch Running 90 Richard Bush 91 Kelly Greene 92 Tim Colston 93 Darrell Harbert 94 Dirk Ochs 98 Ray Eagle OG 6-6 C 6-2 OL 6-4 LS 6-1 OG 6-3 OT 6-7 OT 64 OT 6-5 0G 6-1 C 6-1 OG 6-6 DT 6-6 OT 6-3 OG 64 OG 6-3 TE 6-6 TE 6-5 SE 6-0 WR 6-2 WR 5-9 TE 64 DE 6-4 WR 6-0 DT 64 DT 6-2 DT 6-1 DT 6-1 DE 64 DT 64 305 So. 270 So. 290 Fr. 245 Jr. 275 So. 310 295 295 Sr. 285 Fr. 290 Jr. 330 Fr. 300 So. 300 Fr. 300 So.' 300 So. 260 Jr. 230 Fr. 175 So. 180 Fr. 175 Jr. 220 Fr. 235 So. 185 Jr. 255 Jr. 270 Sr. 275 Jr. 280 Sr. 245 Jr. 290 , Jr. Junior Miller seems almost like a giant moving around his small office in his Lincoln business, Miller Mailing. ' . He was listed at 6-foot4 and 235 pounds when he was an All-American tight end at Nebraska in 1979. While he has gained some weight, his regular 5:30 a.m. workouts at the Downtown YMCA have left the 36-year-old looking as if he might be able to make an NFL comeback. That is if he had the desire, which he decidedly lacks. ' His smile and hearty laugh tell you he's happy now, a far cry from the Junior Miller who starred as a Husker before having two Pro Bowl seasons with the Atlanta Falcons during a five-year pro career. . "I'm not the same person I was when I played football," Miller said. "It's like I don't know that person. That guy couldn't stand in front of people and talk. He was arrogant, egotistical and obnoxious. Every word that came out of his mouth was foul and filth. He was a knucklehead." Miller, whose real name is Selvia Miller Jr., said he has honestly forgotten much about his playing days, particularly his pro career, during which he spent much of the time drinking. You've probably heard the stories: He would play football by day, then it was Miller Time. A case of beer a night. It tends to cloud the memory. "It's hard for me to remember," he said. "It's not a way of hiding or ducking. To be perfectly honest, there's not a whole lot I remember. You're probably thinking, 'Hmmm, he sounds psychotic' But it's really that way." , In 1987, Miller started, basically from scratch, Miller Mailing, a business that presorts first-class mail and handles bulk-mail processing. The business' 43-person payroll includes his wife, Carol, who is the vice president Junior is the president but said his wife is really the boss. - Miller, dressed in a black T-shirt, jeans and sandles, said he is no big shot. "I'm just Junior Miller an old football player that's happy to be working," he said. "A lot of people don't have that opportunity." He loves to work. "I've always Worked, ever since high school, when I used to work in the cotton fields in Texas," said Miller, a native of Midland, Texas. His days working in the NFL ended in 1986, when he attempted a comeback with the Dallas Cowboys but was released during the preseason. Before he started Miller Mailing fcrr. -::: i r - - ft & - .-" ' ' . I i 1 Junior Miller was listed at 6-foot-4 and 235 pounds when he was an All-American tight end at Nebraska in 1979. Where Are They Now? and after he and Carol lost most of their life savings after buying a health club that failed he dug ditches in Lincoln. People laughed at him. He moved furniture, once receiving a $1 tip from a state senator after moving the man's desk. "You're talking to a guy who made $10,000 a month (in the NFL)," Miller said. But during a lot of his pro career, he said, he felt miserable because he had no sense of direction. He played four years in Atlanta and was traded to New Orleans. He became a bom-again Christian shortly after the Saints released him in 1985. "I used to think that all the fun in life was to go get drunk, or to get some girl somewhere," Miller told the Dallas Times Herald during his unsuccessful comeback in 1986. "I had to get my life on a new track, find a new direction." Now he helps others as a part-time minister. He preaches at his mother's church in Texas and helps others who come into his of fice. "They'll say, 'Junior, I need to talk to you," Miller said. "A lot of times it's personal." He still follows Nebraska football closely but doesn't attend the games. "My wife goes to the games, but I can't stand watching them from the stands," said Miller, a regular at NU volleyball matches. "First of all, I love (radio announcer) Kent Pavelka. He cracks me up. Plus, I hate the rude comments the fans make." Miller said he spoke with Nebraska Coach Tom Osborne on Tuesday. Miller said Osborne didn't have the look of a man who was agonizing over the Huskers' health problems at quarterback. "I saw a happy guy," Miller said. "He looks good ... Maybe he knows something we don't know." Miller was laughing. He looked like a happy guy, too. Two of Big Three (NU, Perm State) appear ripe to be beaten iavonie. ine BY RICK WARNER Associated Press ': It's time to find out whether the Big Three are as good as they seem. -After breezing through the first half of the college football season, top-ranked Florida, Np. ? Nebraska and No. 3 Penn State face huge hurdles Saturday in their bid for the national championship. ' Florida plays No. 6 Auburn, which brings the nation's longest winning streak to Gainesville; Fla. Nebraska visits No. 16 Kansas State, which has a 16-game unbeaten streak at home. And Penn State travels to No. 5 Michi-gan, which is one Hail Mary pass away from being undefeated. . One 17-game winning streak is bound to be broken at Florida Field. That's the number of consecutive games won by Auburn and the length of Florida's Southeastern Conference streak at The Swamp. The Gators have been awesome so far, out-scoring their opponents 254-60 and leading the country in rushing defense. The Tigers, meanwhile, have had a couple of close calls, beating Mississippi 22-17 and edging Louisiana State 30-26 with four defensive touchdowns. But they have always found a way to win under Terry Bowden, undefeated in lVi seasons as a major college coach. Florida is a 16-point favorite, but the game will be much closer. . . . Florida 28-24. Penn State makes its first visit to Michigan, which won their initial meeting last season 21-13 at Happy Valley. The Nittany Lions have won every game this season by at least 24 points, but Michigan has played a much harder schedule. The Wolverines have met three teams currently in the Top 25, beating No. 24 Boston College and No. 17 Notre Dame before losing to No. 4 Colorado on a last-second, 64-yard TD pass. That preparation will pay off against Penn ; College Picks State, which is a one-point underdog. . . . Michigan 31-28. Nebraska has beaten Kansas State 25 straight times, the last 21 under Tom Osborne. However, the Wildcats have given the Huskers a scare two of the past three years, losing 38-31 in 1991 and trailing by only three points midway through the fourth quarter last year before Nebraska scored two late TDs for a 45-28 victory. With Tommie Frazier out for the season and Brook Berringer still recovering from a partially collapsed lung, Nebraska is extremely shaky at quarterback. And the defense must find a way to contain K-State quarterback Chad May, who threw for a Big Eight-record 489 yards against the Huskers last year. . . '.'.., j . , . , . Forget that Nebraska is an eight-point time is right for an upset Kansas State 35-28. , r , . . No. 22 Oklahoma iWi) at No. 4 Colorado: The Sooners haven't beaten the Buffs since 1988. ... Colorado 28-21. Baylor (10) at No. 7 Texas A&M: The Bears are 5-1 against a soft schedule. ... Texas A&M 28-14. , ' ; ; : - , Arizona State (16) at No. 9 Washington: The Huskies' Napoleon Kaufman is the nation's top rusher. . . . Washington 45-10. ; , No. 10 Alabama (4) at Tennessee: The Vols can beat the Tide for the first time since 1985. ... Tennessee 21-14. Texas-El Paso (26) at No. 13 Colorado State: The Rams are off to their best start since 1919. , . . Colorado State 38-10. No. 14 Arizona (even) at No. 20 Washington State: The Cougars will win a defensive dueL ... Washington State 14-10. Maryland (16) at No. 15 North Carolina: The Tar Heels won a 59-42 shootout last year. . . . North Carolina 31-21. Brigham Young (14Vi) at No. 17 Notre Dame: The Western Athletic Conference is 17-10 in non-conference games. ... Notre Dame 42-28. No. 19 Virginia Tech (-7) at East Carolina: The Pirates will upset the Hokies. ... East Carolina 28-27. Hawaii ( 21 ) at No. 21 Utah: The Utes are 5-0 for the first time since 1985. . . . Utah 44-21. Purdue (17) at No. 23 Wisconsin: Both teams are averaging 38 points. ... Wisconsin 44-24. Temple (28) at No. 24 Boston College: The Eagles are flying high after beating Notre Dame. . . . Boston College 42-17. Clemson (7) at No. 25 Duke: The Blue '! Devils are ranked for the first time since 1989. ...Duke27-17. " No. 12 Texas (-10) at Rice: The Longhorns have won 28 straight against the Owls. ... Texas 28-11 Nebraska Wisconsin Army Air force Colorado Indiana Oregon St Perm Si Kansas Purdue Georgia Florida St. Stanford Bngham Young Florida Nevada Nevada-Las Vegas SanDiegoSt. NewMexico Team RuaNng Vd PtrOm 2580 330.0 1616 323.2 1490 298 0 1777 296.2 1456 291.2 Pern St. Nebraska Car 371 251 291 341 242 , 313 272 215 - ; 255 235 1337 267.4 Passing ' . Att Cp ' 234 146 218 135 196 132 235 136 . 184 113 243 141 :." r.-.:- 27i 144 253 159 227 135 Total orfenM . Playe Yde VdsPQ . , ,. . 339 2783 556.6 481 3262 543.6 J". 1714 285.7 1392 278 4 1386 277.2 1363 272 6 Vde YdaPO 2017 336.2 1644 328.8 1594 318 6 1851 308.5 1533 306 6 1782 297.0 1780 296.7 1777 296.2 1744 290.7 Colorado Florida Florida St Georgia Utah Wisconsin Bngham Young NewMexico BalSt. Northwestern Nebraska Nevada West Vs. Pittsburgh Duke Maryland Boston Col. Penn St. Florida Nebraska Utah Colorado Florida St . 363 370 ' 389 405 406 363 488 456 2616 523.2 2528 505.6 2446 489 2 2928 488.0 2384 476.8 2361 472.2 2826 471.0 2722 453.6 Ncaa Leaders Net punting No Vde Hat Punts Avg Ret Ret Avg 29 47 6 9 95 44 3 27 42 9 7 8 42 6 20 44.0 11 28 42.5 30 45.5 14 96 42.3 37 50.7 20 353 41.1 33 426 12 50 41.1 .23 42.5 9 54 40.1 ; 33 42.1 12 66 40.1 - 24 44.8 10 109 40.1 Scoring oftense Pt Ava 258 51 6 254 266 211 202 200 50.8 44.3 42.2 40.4 40.0 Purdue Wisconsin Baylor Bowing Green Florida Utah Washington St Texas A&M Virginia Arizona Nebraska North Caro. St Auburn Memphis Washington St Nnois . Memphis Utah Texas A&M Kansas St. Miami (Fla.) Virginia Tech North Caro. St Florida Rushing defense Car 192 38.4 . 191 38.2 225 37.5 219 36.5 ' Total) dtftflM Yde YdaPa 154 237 47.4. 273 54 6, 284 56.8 300 60.0 : 302 60.4 , 357 71.4 ; 444 74.0 ' 400 80.0 487 81.2 409 81.S : 152 173 174 144 154 192 154 214 177 Plays Yds YdsPQ 331 101Z 202.4 ' 291 -1082 216.4 . 328 1110 222.0 329 1163 232.6 . 333 1178 235.6 242 960 240.0 338 1202 240.4 ' 416 1480 246.7 318 1261 252.2 : 334 1274 254.8 Individual Rushing Car Yd Avg YdPGt Kaufman.Wash 145 924 6.4 184 8 Saiaam.Colo 135 893 6.6 178 6 Philps,Neb v - .: 131 1006 7.7 187.6 Srmth.lnd . . 149 883 5.9 147.1 Fruttt.CMich ' - 138 878 6.4 146.3 Darkins,Minn 152 878 5.8 146.0 Carter .Ariz 131 706 5.4 141.2 Baldwin.Ouke ' 144 701 4.9 140.2 Moss.Wis : 110 675 6.1 135.0 Chrstphsn,Wyo ' 157 800 5.1 133.3 Passing Att Cp Yde TO Pte KCoinsPennSt 98 68 1220 11 204.9 Dean.FIa , 148 92 1284 IB 168.4 Stewart,Cbto I -.. 112 73 1097 7 164.5 McCoy.Utah ,, ';, , 168 110 1378 14 157.1 Henry,BGreen ' . 138 85 1055 14 154.9 Coins.Micn , j - 123 84 1083 5 154.0 Zeier,Ga , - 223 142 1898 15 153.8 - ' .. Total offense i Vde Avg YdsPO Case.NMex . 1964 6.7 327.3 Zeier.Ge 1941 8.1 323 5 StenttronvStan . -u 1501 6 5 300.2 McCoy.Utah Maxwell, Nevada Stewart Colo Watsh.BYU McOonagh.WMIch Dean.FIa KanefFlaSt . - Saiaam.Colo BaJdwh.Ouke Alstott.Purdue Carter.PermSt McLaughlnAtl Dardar.Syr ' PhilDs.Neb Davs,Fla Kaufman.Wash Saiaam.Colo 1 PhiMps.Neb ' PruttCMWi Batdwin.Duke DavU,TCU Carter.Ariz ' Dartcvts.Mkm J.Smith,KanSt 1438 7.2 287.2 . . . 1723 6.7 287.1 - , 1413 8 5 282.6 1688 6.3 281.3 . .. 1552 6 2 258.6 1288 7.7 257.6 : " 1274 6.6 254.8 ScOftftQ TO XP FQ Pts P1PO 12 0 0 72 14.40 0 2 O 14 0 0 32 1320 11.20 10.80 1060 1000 10.00 10.00 All-purpose running Rush Rec PR KOfl Vde YdePQ 924 83 18 96 1121 224.20 1006 878 701 622 708 878 353 213 78 19 153 205 117 108 138 0 1106 221.20 0 1084 180.67 148 1045 174 17 0 854 170.80 0 827 165.40 0 823 164 60 0 984 164.00 163 654 163.50 s. College Tv Games r (Uve broadcasts only) Saturday Nebraske at Kansas State Time: 11 a.m. J TV; ABC (Channel 7V VsfKlertMrt Georgia Time: 11:30 i.m. , TV: Prime Sports (cable channel 50V , . Brighsm Young at Notre Dne Tknet 12:30 p.m. . , 1 TV: NBC (Channel 8V ., , . Penn Stete et Mlcnigen Time: 2:30 p.m. sx TV: ABC (Channel 7). i Alabama el Tennessee Time: 5:30 p.m. . .. . ,k TV: ESPN (cable channel 23). Arizona at Washington . Time: 5:30 p.m. I TV; Prime Sports (cable channel 50). Oklahoma at Colorado Time: 8:30 p.m. TV: ESPN (cao Channel 23). Sunday . ,' v texat at Rica Time: 7 p.m. TV: ESPN (cable channel 23). ' J

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